and before he left, they sang the french national anthem. france is hurting but united and supported by the prayers and resolve of the american people. i'm megyn kelly. good night. ♪ this is a fox news alert. france remains on edge tonight after the deadly terrorist attacks. standing by on the ground in paris with the very latest is rick leventhal. rick? >> sean, french police have taken extraordinary measures in the hunt for accomplices to friday night's terrorist attacks. using expanded police powers to conduct 168 searches since sunday. detaining 127 people. and seizing more than 30 weapons including a rocket launcher, but still no sign of europe's most wanted men. abdelhamid abaaoud has been identified as the mastermind of friday night's attacks.
also planned the attack on that paris-bound passenger train in august, a plot that was stopped by three american tourists. but unfortunately the paris plot was carried out with vicious precision leaving 129 dead and 350 wounded sparking the police raids not just across france but also in belgium where several of the attackers were from and where the plot was organized and where they're still searching for that eighth suspected terrorist. salah abdelsalam who authorities say handled logistics and rented one of the cars used by attackers. he was actually stopped by french police on saturday morning near the belgium border with two other men but police apparently didn't know he was wanted. they checked his i.d. and let him go. last night french fighter jets dropped 20 bombs on ten isil targets in syria, and the french president promises many more strikes ahead. but paris is still a city very much on edge because the threat
is still very, very real. sean, back to you. >> also tonight, major backlash over president obama's response to the paris terrorist attacks. earlier today while speaking at the g-20 summit in turkey, the president characterized the horrific rampage as merely a setback in the fight against isis. really? watch this. >> we've always understood that this would be a long-term campaign. there will be setbacks and there will be successes. the terrible events in paris were obviously a terrible and sickening setback. even as we grieve with our french friends, however, we can't lose sight that there has been progress being made. the strategy that we are putting forward is the strategy that ultimately is going to work. but as i said from the start, it's going to take time. >> now, the president also got testy with reporters for questioning his brilliant isis strategy. >> i wanted to go back to something that you said to margaret earlier when you said that you have not underestimated
isis' abilities. this is an organization that you once described as the jv team. i think a lot of americans have this frustration that they see that the united states has the greatest military in the world, it has the backing of nearly every other country in the world when it comes to taking on isis. i guess the question is -- and if you'll forgive the language -- is why can't we take out these bastards? >> well, jim, i just spent the last three questions answering that very question. so i don't know what more you want me to add. i think i've described very specifically what our strategy is. >> do you think you really understand this enemy well enough to defeat them and to protect the homeland? >> all right. so this is another variation on the same question. and i guess -- let me try it one last time. >> yeah, why can't we take them out, mr. president? the president, he was busy scolding reporters for daring to question his actions towards isis. there are reports that the terror group put out a video
earlier threatening to target all the other countries that have carried out air strikes in syria and threatened to strike, quote, the heart of america, washington, d.c. now, despite this new disturbing video, the fbi still insists there's no credible isis threats to america. here with reaction, the former director of the defense intelligence agency lieutenant general mike flynn. mr. flynn, thank you for being with us. we appreciate it. >> thanks, sean. thanks for having me. let me just say a couple of comments here and i'll be as brief as i can. number one, the president is 100% wrong. if you don't clearly define the enemy you're going to face, you cannot figure out the way to defeat that enemy. we're facing radical islamists. frankly, this is a war on reality and the president and his close advisers need to get real. they're obviously not under enough pressure, they're not jvs, they just demonstrated that again, and they will absolutely attack again in places like london, in places like berlin,
in places like new york and in places like washington, d.c. they're very, very well organized. this is the problem of letting the world go to hell and assuming it won't come back to bite you in the rear end. and frankly -- and i'm going to be very candid here, sean -- our amateurish foreign policy has its own place of responsibility in the mayhem that we're seeing right now. the president, to stand there and say that our strategy is working against this vicious, vile enemy is absurd. it's absolutely absurd. and i just -- i'm stunned at his press conference today and the way he characterized this brutal attack, this brutal 9/11-style attack in paris as a setback. >> i agree wholeheartedly. really appreciate your insight in being with us tonight. thank you, sir. lieutenant general flynn. joining us with more reaction, former new york city mayor rudy giuliani. mr. mayor, the president insisting still to take in
syrian refugees. but yet the director of national intelligence james clapper said we cannot put it past isis to infiltrate the refugee community. the state department spokesman john kirby said it's possible that isis and al qaeda will infiltrate the refugee community. back in february, assistant director for the fbi michael steinbeck said the same thing. back in april, homeland security committee chairman mike mccall said the same thing. the president, is he going to gamble with the lives of americans and defy what his own intelligence people are saying? >> sean, this has been a very difficult weekend for me because it brings back september 11th, all the terrible memories i have of it and the thought then, when president bush, you know, acted so decisively and so quickly that maybe something like this wouldn't happen again. and the reality is this did not have to happen, if our policies were different. if president obama had listened to senator mccain and senator graham and a whole group of
other people and had set up a no-fly zone in syria five years ago, if we had gone in and we had worked with the syrian legitimate rebels, if we had not taken our troops out of iraq and afghanistan, isis never would have emerged. isis is filling a vacuum created by a vacuous foreign policy. president obama -- this is an -- obama -- isis is an obama creation. this would not have happened. just follow me for a second. if we had 50,000 or 60,000 troops in iraq, we would have been getting the intelligence that would have told us about the development of isis. and that would have been given to the cia. once you take your troops out, we have no resources. we have no real access. cia is very small. the army's very big. and when we had our army there, why weren't we getting attacked? we were getting a tremendous amount of information.
>> so we also would not have lost ramadi and fallujah and mosul and tikrit. >> of course not. as general petraeus has pointed out. we won it and we've given it back. and it's being controlled by people that want to come here and kill us. and here is the simple fact, and this goes back to president bush. some american president has to hold a speech at night and say to the american people, we have to be in the middle east until the threat against us is over. just the way we were in germany, just the way we were in italy, just the way we are now in south korea. >> here's what i want to ask and this is a harder question. the president referred to this group as the jv team. he said hours before this attack, isis is contained. he will never say "radical islam." they say man-caused disasters overseas operations. fort hood officially according to barack obama is workplace violence. my question is how can he be wrong so often on something so
serious, and now his own intelligence people say don't bring in these refugees and he is insisting on bringing them here? >> that's the very point. the reality is those reporters were frustrated because the president has displayed over and over again -- you have to understand isis. the day before he said they were contained and the next day they attacked paris, this is obviously the man doesn't understand isis. he's not getting good intelligence. he's getting very bad intelligence. he's getting bad intelligence about isis, he's getting bad intelligence about these refugees. also, where are we going to get the information about the refugees? we have nobody there to give us the information. >> i want to ask you, the fbi says there are a thousand active isis probes going on in the u.s. now, and the president keeps going out rather than saying words "radical, islamic, terrorist," which he is incapable of saying, this is what he constantly says about islam. and i want to ask you about it. >> the united states is not and will never be at war with islam. i'm also proud to carry with me
the good will of the american people and the greeting of peace for muslim communities in my country. salam. islam is not part of the problem. in combatting violent extremism. it is an important part of promoting peace. our enemies expect no religious freedom. al qaeda's cause is not islam. it's a gross distortion of islam. >> he's now going to take in syrian refugees. is he gambling with the live of americans? >> he is. taking in syrian refugees without the intelligence base on which to do any kind of an analysis of who they are, what they are or where they came from, where is that going to come from? we don't have cia agents or many of them at least in syria. we don't have soldiers in syria. we don't know the background. >> wouldn't they be trained to lie to us? >> of course. >> are you a member of isis? no. >> also the theology is wanting. he didn't read the entire koran. mohammed was a warrior.
>> among other things. >> so what you have to do is interpret out that part of mohammed that went and killed 4,000, 5,000 jews in korash and hadiz and buried them in mass graves. you have to read out the invocation toward the end of his life that, to be a good muslim and to follow the life of the prophet, you have to get someone to convert, kill them or have them pay tribute. those are also part of the religion. that has to be read out of the religion. >> is the mantra now convert or die. >> this is an islamic-based radicalism. it is not buddhist based, it's not hindu based, it's not christian based. and it is based -- >> on the islamic state is islamic. which he refuses. >> and it's based on words in the koran that come from mohammed and in the hadiz which
have to be read out. they have to be read out as good muslims do. they read it out and get rid of it. >> 9/11 commission report, mr. mayor, you remember. >> i testified. >> and what did it say? >> they are at war with us. we're not at war with them. >> totally ridiculous. how many times on your show have i said over the last six years it's totally irrelevant whether he thinks they're at war with him. they're at war with us. patiently the socialist president of france realizes we're at war with them. and our american president can't get it. >> how big an impact on this election? >> i think it should have an amazing impact on this election. because what happened in paris can happen in any american city or any -- >> scary. >> -- western european city. and you and i have been predicting this for five years. >> yes. i pray we're wrong. i pray i am so wrong. >> now we know we weren't wrong. and i wish we were.
mr. mayor, good to see you. >> god bless those poor people. >> i agree. >> coming up next right here on "hannity" -- >> to the degree that anyone would equate the terrible actions that took place in paris with the views of islam, those kinds of stereotypes are counterproductive. >> it's almost pathological. the president refusing to acknowledge that isis is acting on the grounds of islam. geraldo rivera is on the ground tonight in paris. plus, lieutenant colonel hunt, they will weigh in. then later tonight -- >> we are not at war with islam or muslims. we are at war with violent extremism. we are at war with people who use their religion for purposes of power and oppression. >> pretty frightening. hillary clinton and her democratic rivals refusing to say radical islam is at the heart of their debate this weekend. 2016 gop presidential candidate dr. benjamin carson is here tonight with reaction as we continue. benjamin carson is he
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this is a fox news alert. it has been just days since islamic jihadists with ties to isis carried out a series of deadly terrorist attacks in paris. predictably president obama is already lecturing the world on how isis has nothing to do with islam. really? watch this. >> isil does not represent islam. to the degree that anyone would equate the terrible actions that took place in paris with the views of islam, those kinds of stereotypes are counterproductive. they're wrong. they will lead, i think, to greater recruitment in the
terrorist organizations over time if this becomes somehow defined as a muslim problem as opposed to a terrorist problem. >> joining us now to respond, he's on the ground in paris tonight. geraldo rivera. also with us fox news military analyst colonel david hunt and lieutenant colonel bill cowan. geraldo, we start with you. i heard your very emotional reaction. your daughter was in the stadium when all this was going down. tell us the latest what's going on on the ground. >> well, let me just say, the president's feelings are way too squishy for me. let me get back to the president's remarks that you just played, if i may, sean. i just left simone, we had dinner today. it's very nice. she's calming down. obviously this has been a traumatic experience for her. on the way here we drove past the eiffel tower. you should see this landmark, sean. it is emblazoned in the red, white and blue national colors of france, our oldest ally.
and it has the motto of pairs on paris on it in lights. the ship rocks but never sinks. and i think that sums it up, that says it all. this is a resilient ancient city. it's been through a lot. this the worst violence to afflict paris since world war ii. it is now gradually coming back to normal. but so, so traumatized, there's no doubt about it. >> hours before this attack, the president said contained. a little over a year ago he called isis the jv team. this is just a setback. man-caused disasters. overseas contingency operation. won't say radical islam. workplace violence, ft. hood. there's something pathological. the president seems incapable of recognizing an enemy that has declared war against us. i mean, you and i agree on this. >> it seems to me -- >> why is he so often -- >> it seems to me this is --
right, i get it. this is malignant, wishful thinking on the president's part. isis is different than any organization we have ever been against, even al qaeda. why is it different? it's different because it is a nation state. it is a de facto country. they have the dirt, they have the ground. they have the infrastructure. schools and banks and oil wells, and it is -- to compare them to any organization other than the taliban before 9/11, it's really sophomoric. the president has to deal with the fact that we are at war with the de facto nation and we have to use all of the power that the united states possesses to prevent this from coming here. you heard that isis has said that washington, d.c., is coming up next, sean. >> and colonel hunt, i'll ask you. it's worse than sophomoric. the president has doubled down in taking syrian refugees into this country in spite of our state department, our national intelligence director, our fbi director and so many people
involved in the security of this country telling him it's impossible to vet the people that he wants to take in, the refugees from syria and that isis and al qaeda will infiltrate the refugee population. how do we possibly keep the nation safe if the president won't listen to these people? >> well, we can't. and assistant security officer on five different shows yesterday and sunday lied about that very thing, said we can aggressively vet them. we're not winning the war. by the way, really glad that simone is got to go over there. >> thank you. thank you for that. >> i can't think of anything better than what geraldo just said. mr. president, we cannot win this war. and i know we don't get -- i don't do that to the war on terror stuff. but politically this is embarrassing and wrong. we cannot win with the president -- the guy who stood there in turkey and answered questions within 30 hours after paris and that kind of denial.
we've already got enough problem fighting this war incorrectly. but right now, we don't have the leadership to even get started. this is going to take serious leadership to pull a coalition together to get at what geraldo just said. >> colonel cowan, when you really think about this deeply, the president is willing to gamble. if our national intelligence director and our fbi director and our state department spokesman are right and he's wrong, he, by taking in these refugees, is gambling with the lives of american citizens. his number one duty as the president is his job and role as commander in chief. and he's abdicating that role by not listening to them. thoughts? >> indeed, sean. i listened to the president's talk today. i call it obama babble, which it was it really was babble, incoherent. delusional.
the president said look, we all feel bad for the refugees. i dealt with refugees out of vietnam years ago. i understand refugees and their issues, but in this particular case the president is threatening security of americans. among all those refugees there's probably some wonderful people. but we don't know who is wonderful and who is not. despite what ben rhodes may say, as david just alluded to, we do not have the way to adequately vet all of these people any more than the folks in europe who now have to deal with them were able to vet them in europe. >> i want to thank you all for being with us, especially geraldo. i know this has been a difficult time for you and simone. and i know you're such a great dad and you were going to get on the first plane out of here to go see your daughter. she's in our prayer, you are, as are the people of france. all right, my friend. safe home. and coming up on this busy news night here on "hannity" -- >> we are not at war with islam or muslims. we're at war with violent extremism, we are at war with people who use their religion for purposes of power and
oppression. >> hillary and her fellow democrats refuse to say the words "radical islam" at their debate this weekend. we'll check in with dr. ben carson. he's here with reaction. later tonight despite reports that at least one of the paris jihadist may have entered as a refugee from syria, why is president obama standing by his plan to bring in syrian refugees? plus later tonight -- >> some of the ideas and some of the hatred, the absolute hatred is coming from these areas. >> donald trump would consider closing some mosque if he wins the presidency in 2016. straight ahead. the presidency in 2016. straight ahead. ♪ i built my business with passion. but i keep it growing by making every dollar count. that's why i have the spark cash card from capital one. i earn unlimited 2% cash back on everything i buy for my studio. ♪ and that unlimited 2% cash back from spark means thousands
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with islam. i don't think we're at war with all muslims. i think we're at war with jihadists. we are not at war with islam or muslims. we are at war with violent extremism. we are at war with people who use their religion for purposes of power and oppression and, yes, we are at war with those people, but i don't want us to be painting with too broad a brush. >> this brutal and barbaric group is perverting the name of a great world religion. >> i don't think the term is what's important. what is important to understand is we have organizations, whether it is isis or al qaeda, who do believe we should go back several thousand years. >> joining us now the author of a more perfect union, what the people can do to reclaim our constitutional liberties, 2016 republican presidential candidate dr. benjamin carson. like the president, dr. carson, they cannot utter the words "radical islamic terrorism" bernie sanders. i'll play it for you, going as far as saying climate change is
our biggest national security threat. watch this. >> climate change is directly related to the growth of terrorism. and if we do not get our act together and listen to what the scientists say, you'll see countries all over the world -- this is what the cia says -- they're going to be struggling over limited amounts of water, limited amounts of land to grow their crops and you're going to see all kinds of international conflict. >> dr. carson, how can the president and these top candidates be so wrong about such a clear and present danger to our country and to the world? >> well, you know, i hope the people are paying attention to this. i find it interesting that, you know, they're willing to use the term "isis" because the "i" in isis is islamic. so they're not really being very consistent. but obviously, the terrorism that's growing and spreading around the world is coming from that base. and you really have to
understand the history of it. you know, mohammed, who lived in mecca, he wasn't a very popular fellow, by the way. his uncle kind of shielded him. when his uncle died they drove him out and he went up to medinah and that's where he put together his army. and they killed people who didn't believe as they did. anybody who didn't accept all their tenets belonged to something called the caphir. you could do anything to them you. could kill them, behead them, you could lie to them. and that underlying belief is still there with the radical element of the islamic movement. now, what we need to do, i think, is encourage the imams and the clerics to come out and condemn the radical elements of that faith because if they can -- >> the more moderate elements of islam have been too silent in the face of all of these current attacks cumulatively speaking? >> well, you know, i grew up in detroit. i've always known a lot of people in the muslim community.
and many of them are patriotic, you know, wonderful people who don't believe that radical stuff. but somebody needs to come out and make that distinction because we need to have a way of being able to tell who our friends and who our friends are not. we've got to become responsible. >> there was some negative press against you today because of your appearance on fox news sunday and your plan that you are articulating to defeat isis and that you didn't name one foreign leader or country that would collaborate and form a coalition. i want to give you another chance the answer that and answer your critics who say you should have had a specific plan and who the specific countries can be. >> i can name all the countries down there consecutively where they are. that's not the point. the point is we need to have a plan that attracts them and lets them know that we will be with them. we're not going to abandon them, you know, like we abandoned israel, like we abandoned ukraine, like we abandoned people around the world.
that was my point. i can sit here and i can say, yeah, it will be saudi arabia, yeah, it would be the united arab emirates, it would be oman. that doesn't mean anything. people need to ask relevant questions. >> is it right for these states to say to the president, we're not taking these syrian refugees, even though he's pushing them on us and his own intelligence agencies are warning him that we couldn't possibly vet them all and isis will infiltrate the refugee population? >> of course they will infiltrate it. you know, as i've said, it would be malpractice on their behalf not to infiltrate it. you have a wonderful vehicle allowing you to get these radical elements right into the midst of america. of course they're going to do that. at some point we have to use something called common sense. and i think that's one of the things that the american people are so frustrated by. we have these politicians and they seem to have completely lost contact with rational thought processes. >> this president's lost touch with reality in so many ways. it's kind of scary. dr. carson, good to see you,
thank you. >> you too, thanks, sean. coming up later tonight right here on "hannity" -- >> some of the ideas and some of the hatred, the absolute hatred is coming from these areas. >> candidate donald trump said he would consider shutting down some mosques in america if they preach hate. that's coming up later. but first tonight. >> many of these refugees are the victims of terrorism themselves. that's what they're fleeing. slamming the door in their faces would be a betrayal of our values. >> president obama is adamant about opening up u.s. borders to the refugees fleeing syria and the middle east. so is this the best way to keep america safe? our intelligence community says no, we can't vet them all. that's next and more.
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new rounds of air strikes in syria, this time targeting an isis command center and a recruitment center has law enforcement raiding dozens of locations in france and belgium as they hunt for those responsible for friday's horrific coordinated attack in paris. so far more than 100 people have been arrested. a massive manhunt is also under way for this man, salah abdeslam. he is the so-called attacker who survived and got away. authorities also releasing the name of the suspected mastermind, abdelhamid abaaoud. he is a 27-year-old belgian man who has fought with the islamic state in syria. and the terror attack in paris on the mind of president obama and other world leaders as they ah live for the apex summit in the philippines. speaking earlier, president obama stressed he will not change his policy on accepting syrian migrants. >> when i hear folks say that maybe we should just admits the
christians but not the muslims, when i hear political leaders suggesting that there would be religious tests, that's shameful. >> president obama talking about syrian refugees. so far governors in at least 17 states oppose accepting the refugees, saying it could bring isis terrorists into their state. i'm kelly wright. now back to "hannity." >> this is a fox news alert. according to one of the paris attackers allegedly had a passport that showed he came from syria through greece. should this change our plan to accept refugees here in the u.s.? according to president obama, absolutely not. >> many of these refugees are the victims of terrorism themselves. that slamming the door in their faces would be a betrayal of our values. the people who are fleeing syria are the most harmed by
terrorism, they're the most vulnerable as a consequence of civil war and strife. it is very important -- and i was glad to see that this was affirmed again and again by the g-20 -- that we do not close our hearts to these victims of such violence and somehow start equating the issue of refugees with the issue of terrorism. >> so we'll gamble with the live of americans? unbelievable. that's not all. over the weekend, obama's deputy national security adviser ben rhodes actually said this. >> we're still planning to take in syrian refugees. we have very robust vetting procedures for those refugees. it involves our intelligence community, our national counterterrorism center, extensive interviews, vetting them against all the available information. >> now, keep in mind judicial watch says the fbi has nearly 1,000 active investigations
involving isis right now in the u.s. just last month fbi director james comey said the following. watch this. >> that group is using social media to try and motivate people to either come to their so-called caliphate or if you can't come, kill where you are. so we have investigations in all 50 states to try to identify among hundreds of people who are consuming this poison where are they on the -- in stages from consuming to acting, and how do we stop them from acting. that is a preoccupation of the bureau and our partners in state and local law enforcement all day long in all 56 fbi field offices. that remains with us. it's obviously still a traditional al qaeda threat, but what is front in mind today is this crowd sourcing of terrorism that we're facing. >> now remember the ap reported that the u.s. will accept 85,000 refugees in 2016, 100,000 in 2017. that equals 185,000, that on top of the 70,000 refugees this
year, all told, 255,000, many from syria, not all. joining us now with reaction, the director of jihad watch, robert spencer from the islamic house of wisdom, imam muhammad ali alwalaki. and the president for afro-american bridge jete gabriel. let me start with you. if we have the director of national intelligence james clapper and we have state department spokesman john kirby and we have james comey who you heard, an assistant director of the fbi, michael steinbeck and homeland committee chair mike mccall all saying it's impossible to vet the 10,000 that the president insisted today we'll take in from syria, why should we risk one american getting hurt in light of what the events in paris? why should we risk one american life if they're telling us we cannot vet them all? can you explain to the american people why we should do that? >> i explain to the american
people that we have to deal with the causes, not the effects. >> i just asked you a question. you're not answering my question. >> the people of syria used to live in peace and prosperity. a government that -- they have not -- the intention of sharia law talking about -- >> sir. wait a minute. if one of the terrorists in paris got through the refugee system there and they're warning us it can happen here, i'll throw this to brigitte, one plus one equals two, safe to assume our intelligence officials are right and this is a danger to the america people. >> we have to stop -- >> they are a danger to the american people because our intelligence agencies are monitoring the situation. look, even isis came out and said, we already have 4,000 isis people smuggled into europe as refugees. isis figured it out.
they know they're going to send them here, within the refugees. our intelligence community knows it. an that's why we have to be very careful. >> robert spencer, really quick to you. why should the people of america allow, when our intelligence agency says they cannot -- that they will infiltrate the refugee community, why would the president insist on doing that? isn't that gambling with the lives of the american people? >> it's definitely gambling with the lives of the american people. attacks like what happened in paris is very likely to happen here as a result of this. look, the obama administration won't even acknowledge or name the enemy or admit that there's an ideology behind it. so how are they going to vet when they won't even admit that this ideology exists? how will they vet for it? there is absolutely no way. it's absurd and bordering on suicidal. it's definitely very much against american interests. not one refugee should come here. >> the republicans in congress better take note and they better
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this is a fox news alert. french president francois hollande proposes new laws to promote safety. in response to friday's terror attacks in paris. and the interior minister of france has floated the idea of closing certain mosques that preach hate. 2016 candidate donald trump was asked earlier today if he was elected president would he consider doing the same. here's what he said. take a look. >> the french have said they will shut down mosques that breed hate. >> that have radical leadership. >> donald trump, the french are talking about that, is that something that you would consider doing as president? >> well, i would hate to do it, but it's something that you're going to have to strongly consider because some of the ideas and some of the hatred, the absolute hatred is coming from these areas. and you know, in new york city as an example, we had a group of people, from what i understand,
that really knew what they were doing, that were really studying the situation. and they're not doing that anymore. and under the new mayor, they're not doing that anymore. i think that's a mistake. >> joining us now, former nypd detective bo dietl, former cia director mike baker, and radio host and tv host dr. gina loudon. you do not have the right to preach hate or make terroristic threats or plot and scheme against your fellow americans. if a mosque is doing that, that would be a violation of law. that's not as far-fetched as, quote, liberals seem to think it is. >> you're exactly right, sean. i think it's frank gaffney's work that says that 80% of the mosques that exist in america are advocating or promoting violence. this is a problem. how can we turn a blind eye to that fact? >> i don't know. mike? >> the president all the time, come on in, syrian refugees,
even though they infiltrated france. >> everything is surreal. you can't describe it. when someone travels to raqqah for training and then you don't have the ability to pull their passports because you're no longer a citizen, i look at this from an operational standpoint. i'm more concerned with the ability to monitor what is going on to identify issues to problems to get leads that we need. and then also there is one thing here we have to focus on. aside from taking away the territory of isis, which we have to do, people stand around and say why do we need to bother with isis? well, paris is the reason. they plot trains. >> the president is willing to take them in. but if he is wrong, he is gambling with our lives. >> when you have a fool, a fool like ben rhodes when you listen to him, hen they talk about how they're going to be vetted. how do you vet someone when you don't know who they are? >> aren't they trained, though, bo? this is your area of expertise. aren't they trained to lie? >> of course.
>> six minutes for an interview. they want to put them in the rebel hotel. one idiot that owns the hotel says bring the syrians over to the rebel hotel in new jersey. >> let me ask you something. some good people have a hard time grasping that these people can go into a crowded theater and start shooting innocent men, women, and children. that's just evil in our time. >> yeah. >> this president is not recognizing, won't recognize, it's pathological that he won't recognize radical islam. >> it is absolutely pathological. you nailed it. it's stupid and it's dangerous. this whole perpetuation of the idea that if we just love everybody and we're more accepting, while he is saying the number one problem, don't forget, is climate change. >> that's bernie sanders. >> but i want to say one more thing. on this governor thing, sean, we're going see this. and i'm not clairvoyant. but mark my words. the democrat states will allow all the refugees in and the republican states won't. and you know why? because the democrats are
wanting those votes. >> wait for obama to just bypass the states and do whatever the hell he wants. >> it's not either or. i would argue, look, this is what we always do. we don't seem to have the ability to say look, it's a gray world. it's not just black and white. so with the refugee, of course ben rhodes, god bless people in create uv writing degrees. a young man that is now in a position of national security of communications. he is blowing smoke if he talks about the ability to vet. we don't have that ability to vet. but we can take refugees in if we do it in a smart fashion. >> when you saw what i saw on friday night. i was on charles' show. charles said what would you do? i said right away you have to go in and save whatever hostages that you can. they're willing to die. we're dealing with crazy people. they take head shots and take them out. >> our fbi, our national intelligence are all warning us. why our president won't listen. they will infiltrate that community. >> they're here already. >> they're here already.
>> the best way is if you have the take away their territory. well don't have that strategy right now. we have to be at the front. if you don't take away their territory, just like with al qaeda. >> they want to kill us. >> broke so many, so many plots by eavesdropping on these radical mobs. we have to do it again. let's stop worrying about people's rights. >> we don't have to accept the refugees. we can be compassionate by going there and helping them on their territory. >> set them up in saudi arabia. send them to saudi arabia. >> they dent want them. >> why don't they want them? because they though what they are. >> we have to leave there it. good to see you all. thank you. coming up, more "hannity" right after this quick break. stay with us. i have asthma... ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid.
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with mark steyn to talk about the paris terrorist attacks. and tomorrow night 10:00 eastern. as always, thank you for being with us. our thoughts and prayers are with the people of france and around the world. thanks for being with us. this is a fox news alert. tonight, "on the record" a massive international manhunt is on. the targets the savage terrorists who attacked paris. owning fire and detective ton bombs, slaughtering 129 innocent people around the city of lights. right now france still under a state of emergency and the french president declaring france is at war. hello, everyone, i'm dana perino in for greta van susteren. and my colleague and anchor of america's newsroom bill hemmer reporting tonight live from paris. bill, thank you for staying up for us tonight. what are the french saying about the investigation? >> you bet, dana. remarkable hour after